‘A powerful documentary about a mother and daughter’s tragic involvement with the judicial system when there were allegations of child sexual abuse. This riveting book is a must read for all those working in the fields of domestic violence, child abuse, or child trauma so they can realize what does occur even today. It is important to ensure that all judges, attorneys, mental health professionals, medical personnel, child custody evaluators, and social workers are trained in the dynamics of such maltreatment so that there are no more situations like what happened to Maralee and her daughter.’

Robert Geffner, Ph.D., ABPP, ABN
Founding President, Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute
Co-Chair, National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan
Former President, Trauma Psychology Division, American Psychological Association

‘Most sexually abused children are victimized in their own homes. The family court is the gatekeeper of their safety. May Ms. McLean’s painful story energize its readers and spark a tsunami of accountability and scrutiny for those judges, custody evaluators, guardians ad litem, and lawyers whose misguided, and often misogynistic, nonsense jeopardizes generations of children and compounds their misery.’

Richard Ducote, Esq.
Pennsylvania and Louisiana Bars
Ducotelaw.com